F&F Productions is getting into 4K HDR production. Its new GTX-18 truck, comprising a double-expandable A unit and a B unit, will make its debut this weekend in Anaheim, producing the Jon Jones/Daniel Cormier UFC PPFV fight offered to AT&T Entertainment/DirecTV viewers in UHD.
In yet another step toward further consolidation of the remote-production industry, F&F Productions has entered into an agreement to acquire the HD Mobile Unit assets of Crosscreek Television. This deal comes after a long-standing relationship between the two companies and is expected to be finalized by June 15.
With three linear television productions and a host of studio and digital programming coming from in and around NRG Stadium in Houston for this weekend’s Final Four, it is no surprise that the production compound is jam-packed.
F&F Productions announced that Marc Orgera has been promoted to Vice President/General Manager and will immediately assume his new duties and oversight of the day to day operations for F&F Productions. Orgera assumes this role from his current position as Vice President of Sales and Marketing which he has held since 2009. Orgera will report directly to George E. Orgera, President and CEO of F&F Productions.
It should come as little surprise that running three simultaneous live shows would produce a significantly larger production footprint. CBS and Turner Sports have nearly doubled their equipment output over last year’s Final Four and, as a result, were required to lay out two full truck compounds on different levels of the stadium’s grounds, one for the main game production and the other for the Teamcasts and international shows. L to R: F&F Productio...
New Orleans is the center of attention for Super Bowl XLVII, with football’s championship contest more highly anticipated than ever before. Viewers who tune in for the big game’s broadcast will see events unfold through the superior imagery of 26 Ikegami HDK-79EC Full Digital Native Multi-Format HD CMOS camera systems.
F&F Productions, a premiere mobile production company based in Clearwater, Fla., will be expanding the capabilities of its fleet of high-definition (HD) outside broadcast (OB) trucks with the additional purchase of four new Kayenne™ Video Production Center switchers, which will be upgraded to—or installed as—the new Grass Valley 3G-ready Kayenne Video Production Center with the new K-Frame available in Q4.
Mobile HDTV production companies face the challenge of providing superior-quality HD video in a variety of formats and frame rates for a wide array of clients. This is why F&F Productions has outfitted its entire mobile fleet with more than 80 Ikegami HDK-79EC camera systems, all of which employ three 2/3-inch 2.5 Mega-pixel-specified CMOS imaging sensors combining native multi-format HD performance with supreme 16:9 picture quality.
F&F Productions, a leader in the live television production industry for nearly 30 years, recently rolled out its newest mobile production unit. The GTX-14, a 53-foot High Definition Expando was furnished wall-to-wall with state-of-the-art equipment connected with cables provided by Gepco® International F&F Productions has used its latest mobile unit to cover some of the country's most widely viewed events, including 2005 SEC College A Football games and...
On the court, the US Open may be every man for himself, but not so in the truck compound. Located just outside Arthur Ashe Stadium, F&F Productions’ GTX-16, GTX-14, and an accompanying B unit provide resources for CBS, ESPN, and Tennis Channel, while sharing resources with fellow mobile-production providers to ensure that every network gets a smooth show.